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Analogue Inputs: 12Analogue Outputs: 2Digital Inputs: 16Digital Outputs: 16
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The T4 is a USB or Ethernet multifunction DAQ device with up to 12 analogue inputs or 16 digital I/O, 2 analog outputs (10-bit), and multiple digital counters/timers for data logging, data acquisition, measurement and control applications. Kipling is available for basic configuration and testing, and a selection of charting and logging software is also available. Also supports the Modbus TCP protocol for industrial applications.
The T4 is much like its bigger brother, the T7, in that it supports the LJM driver (and many other software options) for easy cross-platform programming (Windows, Mac OS X / macOS, Linux and various ARM-based Linux distributions), Modbus register access to every device attribute and the ability to run on-board Lua scripts using Kipling. The T4 also includes the same Ethernet communication interface that the T7 supports (allowing for two clients to be simultaneously connected) and is a Modbus TCP/UDP server. The T4 differentiates itself from the T7 by incorporating many popular features from the U3-HV such as high and low voltage analogue inputs and flexible I/O lines.
The Kipling configuration software for the T4 provides basic test, configuration, and self-upgrade functionality in a graphical interface. The extent of the graphical interface is limited, since the software is intended as a basic tool. However, ALL T4 functionality is present within the program through the use of the register tables.
The Dashboard tab allows for simple testing in a graphical way. Change DIO from input to output by clicking the input button. Or, modify the analogue output voltage of the DAC lines with the arrow buttons. Analogue input values are displayed next to the analogue channel number.All of the values are updated about every half second on the dashboard page, and will continue unless the communication between the T4 and the computer is disrupted.
LUA Scripting for Stand-Alone Use
The T4 can operate without computer involvement running a LUA script. The user can now write complex control applications all from within Kipling which is then uoploaded to the T4. There are dozens of simple examples built into Kipling, so you don't have to dig around to find example code. See here for more information >>
Included with the Windows installation we provide several useful applications free of charge.
User Manual >>
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